The most frequently repeated figures of the reliefs of The Man Rocks in eleven separate frames are those belonging to four dead feast scenes. In these scenes, the dead are shown either alone or with their wives and sons. In the reliefs of The Man Rocks, the sons of the dead as well as the reliefs of two men were used as soldiers. Close to the central part of the slope where the dead feasts of these reliefs are located, an altar stone just above the lower platform level and a man on the left, a female figure on the right, and a composition of five steps carved into the rock to the right to sit and perform the ritual. In another relief, it is seen that a man brought a goat with his left hand by holding his horns and carried a bunch of grapes in his other hand.

In the farewell scene in The Man Rocks, the man standing and representing the deceased shakes hands with his wife, who is shown sitting. The compositions of these reliefs include two reliefs of a man in a coat, whose function is not yet fully understood, and the figure of another man carrying an article in his hand. The Man Rocks reliefs, inscriptions under the scenes (It is understood that they are the inscriptions of the names of the monks who died in the inscriptions) were examined and dated to the BC.  2nd century. There is a tower structure on the top of the hill on the right and it is not well known. Generally polygonal walling system is seen. The presence of numerous sarcophagi is remarkable.